Found in 13 Collections and/or Records:
Conditions of sale of a freehold residence and estate and 4 further lots of land, to be sold at the Red Lion Hotel, Colchester, on Firday, June 22nd, 1860., 1860
Lot 5 is the property conveyed in 65.
Particulars and condition of sale of several valuable freehold properties situate in the parishes of Upton and Ratley . . . to be sold by auction at the White Lion Hotel, Banbury, on Thursday, the 19th of July, 1894., 1894-07
The premises embrace 'an area of about 31 acres and include seven cottages and a dwelling house. . .. Also included in the sale are Ratley Reading Room and the allotment threshing barn. . . .
Annotated 'Mr Reuben England, Purchaser of Lot 10' [Bushey Close].
Particulars and conditions of sale for a house in Pembroke Street and Botolph Lane ('currently let to F. A. Paley'), viz 17 Botolph Lane and 3 smaller houses, viz nos 14, 15 and 16 Botolph Lane, 1873-05-09
Pencil annotations show that no. 17 sold for £1250, no. 16 for £350, no. 15 for £345 and no. 14 for £360, and that nos 14 and 15 were purchased by the college.
Particulars and conditions of sale of 3 brick and tiled freehold properties in New Street, comprising private dwelling house, warehouses and sheds and a rope walk to the sold by auction on 13 Dec. 1888, 1888
All taken to Few and Kester, 15 Feb. 1951, on the sale of the property
Particulars and conditions of sale of . . Holton-Hall Farm and Skinges Farm . . . which will be sold by auction by Mr Young . . . on Tuesday, the 10th day of February, 1789., 1789
Annotated with values of rents and liabilities for Land Tax and with W. Young's receipt for £800 deposit paid on 10 Feb. 1789 by the highest bidder.
Particulars and conditions of sale of nos 8 and 9 Botolph Lane with agreement on dorse for Hall, having paid £30 deposit, to pay the rest of the £290 purchase money by 29 Sept. ensuing, 1854-07-27
Attached is the poster advertising the sale at the Lion Hotel, Petty Cury, on 27 July 1854
Particulars and conditions of sale of nos. 115 to 127 (odd) Lambeth Road., 1892
The property which is described as 7 substantial brick-built houses is said to be suitable for the erection of a factory or business premises and is to be sold in three lots at the Mart, Tokenhouse Yard, Bank, EC on 3 August 1892, the third lot (formerly known as 17, 18 and 19 Church St, Lambeth) subject to an annuity of £10 per annum payable to the Master and Fellows of CCCC.
Particulars and conditions of sale of the brewery of Messrs Steward, Cotton, and Co., together with 48 public houses in the town and neighbourhood of Cambridge., 1837-08
To be sold by auction at the Eagle In, Cambridge, on 25 August 1837. Marginalia reveal that the leasehold of the Anchor went of £336 and the wharfage ground behind it for £170 2s.
Particulars and conditions of sale of . . . the manor of Holton-Hall . . . and of Holton-Hall Farm and Skinges Farm . . . of the annual value of £342 14s: which will be sold by auction by Mr Young., 1789
The sale is to take place at Garraways Coffee House, Exchange Alley, Cornhill, London on Tuesday 10 February 1789 at 12 o'clock in one lot.
Particulars and conditions of sale of valuable estates, Cambridge and Grantchester producing a rental of about £500 p.a. to be sold on 30 Sept. 1852 by direction of the assignees of Mrs Sarah Clabbon, a bankrupt. Plan annexed., 1852
The three lots in Trumpington Street, opposite Scroope Terrace, and extending back to Tennis Court Road were then the houses numbered 4, 5 and 12.
Particulars of sale of freehold estates in the town of Cambridge and leasehold land in Trumpington to be sold on 4 June 1885. 1st edition., 1885-05
Lots 1 to 7 comprise the premises lately Robert Sayle's on Petty Cury and Alexandra St, and no. 14 Alexandra St. Ground plan included. Conditions of sale, etc., (from 2nd edition) tucked in.
Particulars of sale of the estates of Richard Foster, Esq., deceased, consisting of the Thompson's Lane Brewery and 50 old-licensed inns and public houses, etc., in Cambs and Hunts., 1859-06-22
With MS schedule of fixtures at lot 64: 9, 11 and 12 Pembroke Street, leasehold from the Corporation for 999 years. The college also purchased lot 63: the Bell and adjoining tenement in Botolph Lane, with a communication (to be blocked up) with the Pembroke St property. Agreement to pay residue of purchase money annexed.
Plan, particulars and conditions of sale of freehold estates in Petty Cury to be sold on 12 Aug. 1875., 1875
Lot 1 is The Wrestlers Inn, lot 2 is 23 Trumpington St. Printed plan showing interior layout.